Elizabeth Lyn Vargas is opening up about her expertise on “The Real Housewives of Orange County.”
During an Oct. 13 look on Us Weekly’s “Getting Real With the Housewives” podcast, Vargas shared extra about her time on RHOC, and the way it affected her.
“I used to be going by way of a serious divorce, in a sexless relationship and depressing after which I get this gig on the Housewivesand I’m like, ‘I have to be good for them as a result of like this will’t get any worse,'” Vargas defined on the podcast. “So, to have them movie me throughout that devastating time was very arduous.”
Vargas continued, “There’s a variety of haters and trolls and I by no means skilled such negativity. I believe lots of people if you’re down, they wish to kick you even more durable, and so having the women kick me more durable on the show was simply even worse as a result of I believed, I get this gig working with these superb ladies after which they’re simply smashing me left and proper, so, that was devastating.”
Vargas was solely a member of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” throughout season 15, however in that quick time frame, she shared loads about her life. On the show, Vargas revealed that she grew up in a cult in Missouri, the place she claimed she was abused as a baby, in accordance with Page Six. The star shared her story throughout her time on the show.
Elizabeth Lyn Vargas Revealed That She Was Supposed to Return to RHOC for Season 16
While showing on Us Weekly’s podcast, Vargas additionally claimed that she was supposed to return again to “The Real Housewives of Orange County” for its sixteenth season.
“[I was] fully shocked,” Vargas stated. “I used to be advised the Friday earlier than by my supervisor that I had the gig once more after which the day of my announcement they introduced Heather [Dubrow] as a substitute, which is okay, no matter. I did not even get to show individuals who I actually was and who I could possibly be after such a devastating expertise. I wished to show folks like, ‘Look, you’ll be able to come out of this. I’m fully smashed, hit run over by a truck, however okay, I’m right here once more and now let’s examine what I can do by staying optimistic,’ and I did not get to do any of that.”
Along with Vargas, Kelly Dodd and Braunwyn Windham-Burke had been additionally let go from “The Real Housewives of Orange County” forward of season 16.
Shannon Beador Said It Was ‘Hard’ for Her to Adjust After After Vargas, Dodd, & Windham-Burke Were Fired
While talking with Entertainment Tonight in December 2021, longtime “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Shannon Beador admitted that she had bother adjusting to the brand new cast whereas filming season 16.
“I believe after I began the show, I do not like change, so it was arduous for me to adapt to new cast members,” Beador defined to the outlet on the time. “And I did conflict with just a few of them. But I really feel that as I’m maturing at 57, that I’m extra open to assembly new folks. And I believe the previous couple of years I’ve been extra open to that. But it is arduous, and in case you wanna be on a show like this, you need it to achieve success, too. So it is arduous if you herald a variety of new folks as a result of you do not know the way it’s gonna go.”
Beador has been a cast member on “The Real Housewives of Orange County” since season 9.